Sources for information about Shakespeare’s life demonstrate the advantages at looking at a broad variety sources. In this episode, we count some lessons which the literary historians can teach genealogists.
I recommended The Lodger: Shakespeare in Silver Street by Charles Nicholl, published in London by Alan Lane.
And here is the link to the old copy of the Genealogist, containing William Rendles paper of Sacramental Token-Books at St Saviours Southwark
You may be a little confused by the number of this month’s podcast. I had hoped to post the talk on the Vestries of Old England in June, but the file would not load on any of the hosting sites. So here is the talk, Number 12, which I had scheduled for July (now in June) and next month (in July) I will post Number 11 which I had scheduled for June. All’s Well That Ends Well.